[Gpe-list] Where should I file bugs related to using multisync and gpe-sync plugin?
Lars Persson Fink
lars_p_fink at yahoo.se
Fri Sep 14 09:42:22 CEST 2007
I'd like to continue the discussion on multiple calendars during sync,
now that categories are synced properly.
I have the following scenario:
My Evolution has two calendars, one personal, and one public that is
published on icalx.com.
My N800 also has two calendars, one personal and one that it subscribes
to, which is the one Evolution published on icalx.com.
When I sync my N800 will send all new events including events from the
subscribed calendar into my personal calendar in Evolution. This means
that my Evolution personal calendar will end up with all events from
both calendars, which is not what I want.
I would like to have the same possibility for GPE, as for Evolution, to
choose which calendar to sync in Multisync to create a one-to-one
mapping between calendars.
Lars Persson Fink.
tor 2007-09-06 klockan 17:35 +0100 skrev Graham Cobb:
> On Thursday 06 September 2007 14:39, h.m. wrote:
> > I am new here. Where and how should this "bug" reported?
> > Another issue: GPE and evolution can handle multiple calenders ( great
> > feature ), but not the sync-process. I do not see why.
> Please report both these in the GPE bugzilla (http://bugs.linuxtogo.org/).
> I am not quite sure how to handle multiple calendars during sync. I am
> thinking that the user could configure the calendar to use for a particular
> sync group in Opensync and the sync would proceed with only this calendar
> visible (i.e. entries would only be read from this calendar and new entries
> would be created in this calendar). This could be made more complex:
> allowing multiple calendars to be specified for reading although just one
> would have to be specified for creating new entries.
> An alternative would be to somehow sync the calendar name as well (so events
> in an Evo calendar called "work" would appear in a GPE calendar also
> called "work"). This would probably be harder (as the calendar names are not
> currently exchanged in Opensync) and it is not clear this is really what the
> user would want. This could always be simulated in the first approach by
> doing separate syncs for the two calendars.
> You obviously expected multiple calendars to work -- what behaviour were you
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